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Lacey Gardens pupils support Nepal school

The school council at Lacey Gardens Junior School organised a book collection for a library at a Nepalese school, through the charity ‘Lincs2Nepal’.

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Louth children ‘sign and sing’ for the deaf

Children at Kidgate Primary Academy have joined other pupils across the county by ‘signing and singing’ this week to support vulnerable deaf children and adults.

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Mr Siddle, head teacher at St Margaret's CE Primary School in Withern.

‘Good’ Ofsted for St Margaret’s, Withern

St Margaret’s CE Primary School in Withern has maintained its ‘good’ Ofsted rating following its first inspection report in more than five years.

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English University offering £15k grant to study PHD in chocolate

English University offering £15k grant to study PHD in chocolate

A university is seeking doctoral candidates to undertake a PHD - in CHOCOLATE.

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Daniel Allen, Ben Payne and Lewys Whitfield with their homemade turbine, alongside Michelle James and Laura Peach.

Turbines in a spin at Cordeaux ‘STEM’ day

Young students in Louth have put their engineering minds to the test as part of an exciting ‘STEM’ event day at Cordeaux.

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Body cameras: coming to a school near you soon

Body cameras: coming to a school near you soon

The use of body cameras by front line police and other uniformed enforcement agencies is increasing at an unstoppable rate both in the US and UK.

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Latest school league tables show where you live affects your childs education

Latest school league tables show where you live affects your child’s education

The results are in, and the so-called north-south divide continues to separate children’s educational outcomes by geography – as the recently published secondary schools’ performance data from the Department for Education shows

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Students and staff at Queen Elizabeths Grammar  in Alford are celebrating success in the latest Government school league tables. ANL-170119-165429001

Success for ‘above average’ Alford school in education league tables

A grammar school in Alford appears to have come out on top of the education tables released by the Government with pupils making the most progress and getting the highest attainment under new national measures.

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How did your child’s school fare in GCSE tables?

Education tables for Lincolnshire secondary schools have published today (Thursday 19).

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Cordeaux, KEVIGS and Monks’ Dyke create ‘Louth Joint Sixth Form’

Three secondary schools in Louth have joined forces to create a new ‘Louth Joint Sixth Form’ (LDSF), in a bid to provide students with more choice and the best facilities in the town.

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Mrs Wilkinson (Cook in Charge), with the youngest and oldest school councillors, Farrah Cammack (Reception) and Jack Burrage (Year 6)

Healthy food award for Willoughby school

St Helena’s CE Primary School, Willoughby, is the only school in the county to receive a silver medal for its commitment to preparing and serving healthy fresh school lunches.

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Scamblesby CE Primary School.

New Year celebrations after Scamblesby school’s Ofsted

Scamblesby Church of England Primary School is celebrating a fantastic end to 2016 after securing a positive Ofsted report .

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Coun Patricia Bradwell.

Lincolnshire schools could be set for £4.6m funding boost

Government plans to end the ‘historical postcode lottery’ in school funding means Lincolnshire could be in line for an extra £4.6 million (2.3 per cent) a year.

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Grainthorpe Primary School: Headteacher Jennie Morris with teachers Mrs Walmsley, Miss Dalling and Mrs Matthews.

Ofsted joy for Grainthorpe Primary School

Grainthorpe Primary School is celebrating after Ofsted recently determined that the school continues to be ‘good’.

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Alford nursery kids help raise £1,200 for charity

Pupils at Mon Ami Children’s Nursery in Alford have helped to raise £1,200 for charity.

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Start a new chapter in your life with adult learning in Lincolnshire

If your New Year’s resolution is to learn something new, your local library can help you find the adult learning course that’s right for you.

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Morgan Davies (9) and Daisy Brown (10) with Miss Wilson.

A magical delivery for Utterby pupils

Two young bookworms at Utterby Primary Academy were delighted to receive special letters from their favourite authors last week.

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Didier Regnes (Motor Vehicle teacher at Lycee Jean-Baptiste Dumas) and Keith Whitelam (Motor Vehicle teacher at Cordeaux Academy).

Exciting international opportunity for Cordeaux motor students

Local motor vehicle students could be the first to benefit from a ‘once in a lifetime’ opportunity, after Cordeaux Academy signed up to a new, unique cross-channel project.

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Headteacher Paul Fox celebrates the Ofsted report with pupils.

A Merry Christmas for St Michael’s after Ofsted report

St Michael’s CE Primary School received an early Christmas present from Ofsted last week - in the form of a glowing report.

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Bethlehem bound at Binbrook

Bethlehem bound at Binbrook

Christmas is the perfect time of year for proud parents, family and friends to catch a glimpse of their children taking centre stage in the seasonal plays.

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